Cleared for Takeoff: What Ending the HIV Travel Ban Means for Black Americans
January 4, 2010
In October 2009 the Obama administration announced its decision to end the ban prohibiting HIV-positive people from traveling and immigrating to the United States. The highly celebrated change took effect January 4. We asked Frank J. Oldham Jr., president and chief executive officer of the National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA), for his thoughts on how this important policy change might affect Black America's fight against AIDS.
Why was ending this ban so important?
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